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S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory

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S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory

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S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory

S.S. Adams, the Original Gag Factory

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It's April Fool's Day all the year round at the S.S. Adams Company, which supplies such long-standing gag items as the Dribble Glass and the Joy Buzzer. The company has made a productive business out of practical jokes. Owner David Haversat tells Liane Hansen about the company's origins and his favorite pranks.